1894 12 Sept Irene has brother and sister visiting
OR Coast , . Â· asked Normal to re^ DOTS FROM DRAPER. ' " PERSONAL NEWS -- A HORSE'S JUHp' . | DEATH. . CoHRESrbNbE.NCE OV THE AGITATOR. DRAPER, |Sept. 10.-- Mrs. Matthew Love, of Morris, js visiting at Mr. Compton's. | Â· Â· Mrs. Minnie' Potter and her daughter Bertha, of Galeton, were^isiting Mrs. L Warriner here last week. , Mr. and Mrs. John H. Compton home f torn the lumber-woods last to-attend the ball-game at Wellsboro. Mr. Fred. Rice is driving a team his brother, Mr. Ira Rice. Mr. F. K. Ogden, of Liberty, was but week looking for a house and which is to be bought for him by Fellows Lodge of which- he is a He has had the misfortune to n arly blind.Â»- 'He has learned to Â·carpets and intends to WDrk'at that ntss. ! . ' The muaps have got into our arid the children are mumping. Mr. E. McCarter is hauling bark M r . I r a Rice.: ' . ; - Our shoemaker, Mr.- Otto Bernaner, has left us and gone :to Elmita tb for his brother/whp is blacksrnithing .the Glass Company; , Mr. Oscar| Hoot had-tbe misfortune htve a horse 1 jump over its manger 'break, its neck last week Â· Mr. and |Mrs. Joseph Warriher are Visiting relatives in Chatham^ Mrs. Augusta McCloskey, of Renovo, Ointon county, is visiting her sister Mrs: Irene Gillett. .Mrs! Gillett's brother, Mr. Orvis, from |K"ebruska is also visiting her. .,, ". The disagreeable dust, has disappeared and mud has'taken its place. ! ; '